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An NAU professor recently demanded that a student stop reading his Bible before class, even calling in the department chair when he refused to comply.
A leader of the College Democrats of America is leaving the Democratic Party to protest its shift toward "extremist rhetoric" and "identity politics."
Bucks County Community College in Pennsylvania is encouraging students to reduce their testing stress by coloring.
Brown University students vandalized a memorial to veterans on the eve of their holiday, ripping several American flags in half and tearing them to shreds.
A professor at Wabash College used a campus-wide email listserv to solicit student volunteers to campaign for Hillary Clinton and other Democrats.
Several more Students for Hillary chapters have been caught flouting tax laws by using school resources to campaign for Secretary Clinton.
Students for Hillary chapters across the nation have flouted their schools’ tax-exempt statuses by using university resources to promote their candidate.
A required sociology textbook at IPFW blames poverty on capitalism and claims that American exceptionalism has “racist overtones.”
North Carolina State University has installed "intrusive" surveillance cameras inside select fraternity and sorority houses.
Students at Louisiana State University snatched up tickets to an upcoming Milo Yiannopoulos event in hopes of disrupting the conservative provocateur, but failed to realize that the event page was a sham.
The University of Kansas is encouraging its students to get involved with the Black Lives Matter movement by providing a pool of student resources on the topic in its campus library.
A University of Texas, Austin professor contributed a mock version of the Lord’s Prayer during Wednesday’s campus carry protest, calling the NRA “heartless” and saying “Jesus is not conservative enough for Texas.”
The Ohio State University will be offering a course on “critical animal studies” this fall to explore how societal structures “facilitate and underpin animal subjection in its various levels and forms.”
“Westminster College is committed to protecting the rights of all students, and the purpose of this message to inform you of the newly-affirmed rights of transgender students under the DCL.”
Appalachian State University students must walk past a “privilege board” denouncing their white, male, able-bodied, Christian, or cisgender privilege any time they enter the Student Union.
A Tarleton State University professor was allegedly forbidden from advising a Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter because of its political bias, even though another professor is actively advising the Tarleton Progressives.
Students enrolled in Art Appreciation at the University of Florida risk losing credit on assignments if they use the phrase “melting pot” in class.
An “educational presentation” on Longwood University’s website claims that challenging someone’s pro-choice views or assuming they smoke weed are both microaggressions.
Harvard University says on its website that ‘innocent until proven guilty’ can be used as a way to silence survivors of sexual assault.
An email exchange between top Clemson officials suggests that the administration welcomed the opportunity to use the now infamous “banana banner” incident to push a progressive agenda.
A student at North Carolina State University was hounded by his school’s Greek life organizations for posting conservative-leaning content on his social media accounts, but ultimately dodged impeachment after agreeing to undergo a variety of university-sanctioned punishments.
The University of North Carolina offers a communications course about the dangers of hate speech, which the course’s professor openly blames on the political right.
Clemson administrators apparently knew more than they let on about the nature of the now-infamous "banana banner" incident, but did nothing to disabuse those who believed it was a form of hate speech.
"In a 1 to 2-page business letter, write your assembly member and/or state senator as to how the high fees and tuition of the California State University impacts you, and your family, not only financially but also psychologically and in other ways."
Police officers were eventually compelled to escort the attendees—not the protesters—away from the event “for their own safety” as the protesters grew increasingly belligerent.
"Barry University does not engage in business relationships where... the company's guiding principles are, antithetical to the university’s core commitments of Inclusive Community and/or Social Justice.”
“I’m looking to start a Satanist group at Morris to address the budding conservatism on this campus..."
The professor said sex markers are "poor proxies" because "maleness and femaleness" can be fluid.
Gimmicks and games trumped substance at the event sponsored and organized by the school's student government.
“Test your knowledge about consent at booths like the kissing booth, jeopardy, matching terms, & darts.”
One workshop at the conference will provide a safe-space to share the emotional burden that comes from being a social justice warrior.
The event will provide a festive atmosphere in which to discuss sexual consent.
The school will host a workshop to help students and faculty with “identifying and challenging micro-aggressions in higher education.”
"...the Department of English will join a campus-wide effort to plan events related to the Black Lives Matter movement.”
“We believe you’ll enjoy the assignment, and that this training is in line with our shared belief that Trojans care for Trojans."
The resolution begins by stating that "the Syrian Civil War is in its fifth year, and there is no indication that a peaceful resolution to the conflict is forthcoming."
Administrators rip and cut up the Constitution in response to a fake student's complaints of being "triggered" and "haunted" by the experience of seeing pocket Constitutions distributed on campus.
VIDEO: Administrators literally shred Constitution after reporter calls it 'oppressive' and 'triggering'
Administrators at Vassar College agreed to personally shred a pocket Constitution after an undercover reporter posing as a student complained that she felt “triggered” by its distribution on campus.
Pro-life chalk messages written on sidewalks at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill were erased Wednesday night by a pro-choice group that felt they were “triggering.”